Visitors enjoy the pop-up initiative HarbourChill, where shelters, chairs and swings were set up for enjoyment next to the Pierside Precinct of Wan Chai Ferry Pier on May 29. Photo: Nora Tam
Visitors enjoy the pop-up initiative HarbourChill, where shelters, chairs and swings were set up for enjoyment next to the Pierside Precinct of Wan Chai Ferry Pier on May 29. Photo: Nora Tam
Layla McCay
Opinion

Opinion

Layla McCay

How urban design can help Hong Kong overcome the trauma of Covid-19 and social unrest

  • Many places in the city are now linked to trauma and loss, affecting mental health and the sense of belonging. Urban design can help reverse that

Visitors enjoy the pop-up initiative HarbourChill, where shelters, chairs and swings were set up for enjoyment next to the Pierside Precinct of Wan Chai Ferry Pier on May 29. Photo: Nora Tam
Visitors enjoy the pop-up initiative HarbourChill, where shelters, chairs and swings were set up for enjoyment next to the Pierside Precinct of Wan Chai Ferry Pier on May 29. Photo: Nora Tam
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